Logitech Slim Folio Pro Case with Integrated Bluetooth Keyboard for 12.9" iPad Pro (3rd Generation)

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  • Overview

    Logitech's Slim Folio Pro Case with integrated backlit Bluetooth keyboard lets you experience laptop-style typing on your iPad Pro wherever you go. Its three distinct use modes ensure you can always work efficiently, whether at a desk, a cafe table, or even on your lap. The light, durable design also keeps your iPad safe from bumps, scratches, and spills.

    Highlights

    Backlit keys for typing at night and in dim lighting

    Familiar, laptop-like keyboard with well-spaced keys and full row of iOS shortcut keys to control brightness, volume, and more

    Light and durable case with secure magnetic latch to keep iPad Pro safe from bumps, scratches and spills

    Space to charge and stow Apple Pencil (2nd generation)

    Reliable Bluetooth Low Energy connectivity and three-month rechargeable battery (based on two hours daily use)

    Requires iOS 12 or later

    What’s in the Box

    Logitech Slim Folio Pro Case with Integrated Bluetooth Keyboard for iPad Pro

    User documentation

    Tech Specs

    Form Factor : Snap On

    Power Source : Battery power

    Batteries : Rechargeable Lithium Ion

    Length : 11.29 in./28.7 cm

    Width : 9.06 in./23 cm

    Weight : 24.95 oz./707.43 g

    Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    Mfr. Part Number : 920-009124

    UPC or EAN No. : 097855147424

    Warranty

    Note : Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple’s Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.

  • 4.5 Average
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    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Excellent tool for your iPad Pro

      I have been waiting for Logitech or Brydge to release their keyboards for the 3rd gen iPad Pro 12.9" (Surprised it has taken this long.) I ordered this as soon I have been waiting for Logitech or Brydge to release their keyboards for the 3rd gen iPad Pro 12.9" (Surprised it has taken this long.) I ordered this as soon as I saw it was available and Apple had it to me the next day. Yes, it is super easy to pair (pairs like any normal blueooth device) Feels solid, does add a good bit of bulk but not bad and this complete protects your iPad so I am good with the bulk. Typing feels great on this keyboard, I had the Apple keyboard for my 11" iPad Pro and it certainly left alot to be desired. It got the job done for sure but just didn't have that tactical feel we all like in keyboards. The backlight isn't super bright, but is just enough so you can use it in a darker space. The shortcut keys are quick and work as expected and are very convienent to have. I think I'll enjoy this keyboard quite alot as I transition to using my iPad Pro more. Ideally I'd like to get away from dragging my laptop around when I travel and be able to stick with using my iPad Pro and I think this keyboard is certainly going to help with that transition.

      • Written by Robert B from Surprise

      26 of 30 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Excellent tool for your iPad Pro

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Better than I Imagined!

      I upgraded recently from the 10.5 iPad Pro, to the 12.9 iPad Pro. As much as I love the experience with the larger iPad, I felt like it was missing something. I I upgraded recently from the 10.5 iPad Pro, to the 12.9 iPad Pro. As much as I love the experience with the larger iPad, I felt like it was missing something. I saw this keyboard and figured I’d order it and try it out. From the minute I took it out of the box, it has been a joy to use. The keys feel 10,000 times better than the keyboard that Apple put out. The keys remind me of using a larger, older keyboard, as they have a great feel to them. The backlit keys are not super bright, but bright enough. This definitely ads a little heft to carrying this thing around with me, but its not heavier than the Otterbox Defender I had on the iPad before this. If you use the keyboard for any extended period of time, I would tell you it is definitely worth giving this keyboard a chance!

      • Written by Matthew M from Lake Worth

      21 of 22 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Better than I Imagined!

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Excellent case!

      I’ve tried lots of “premium” cases for my 12.9” iPad Pro, including Apple’s Smart Keyboard and Zugu’s case. While both of those options had their highlights (Ap I’ve tried lots of “premium” cases for my 12.9” iPad Pro, including Apple’s Smart Keyboard and Zugu’s case. While both of those options had their highlights (Apple’s case being slim and minimalist, Zugu’s having a great kickstand), there was frustrations. Apple’s lack of protection was annoying and Zugu’s overall design didn’t appeal to me. Enter Logitech’s case. First off, let’s address the 1,000 lb. gorilla in the room: this will add weight and bulk. If you’re an uber minimalist, look elsewhere. But for someone who appreciates simplicity (and even minimalism), my sensibilities are not offended by this case. It’s not difficult to carry around and it’s not cumbersome in any of the ways I use the iPad (e.g. typing in landscape, writing with the pencil in landscape or portrait, or reading with the back cover folded behind the iPad in landscape or portrait). There was a review of the 11” that stated that having the iPad down in landscape mode for writing (with the keyboard face-up, not down) made it a little less stable on the sides of the iPad. I haven’t done extensive tests on this, but I didn’t find this to be the case for the 12.9” model I’ve been using. Secondly, the protection is top-notch. The bumpers protect the corners and they seem to be ready to do the job of protecting my precious if needed. The power/sleep button and volume buttons are a bit impeded but there are alternatives for volume and locking the iPad on the Folio’s keyboard. Pro tip: holding down the lock button on the keyboard will invoke Siri, but for Apple Pay, you still have to use the power/sleep button on the iPad. Thirdly, and perhaps most importantly, is the keyboard. This thing rocks. If you like the feel of Apple’s pre-butterfly keyboard, you’ll be in heaven. I personally don’t have any issues with the butterfly keyboard on the laptops, but if you want a bit more key travel, you’ll love this. Again, the closest comparison I can make is the 2015-era MacBook keyboard. The backlight is nice and a bit aggressive in turning off, but that’s not a big deal really. I get that battery life is drained faster with it on. A couple last things the might be of interest: The outer material is the same shade of gray and has the same feel as Apple’s Smart Keyboard and Smart Cover. This thing looks and functions like it’s made by Apple. The Pencil flap is well thought-out and implemented. It protects the pencil and has a little slot for added protection (for the pencil or a different stylus). All in all this, this is what I’ve been looking for for months. I haven’t tried every keyboard case, but I’m hard pressed thinking that there’s anything out there that provides the protection, functionality, look, and feel that this one does.

      • Written by Brandon E from Maplewood

      17 of 19 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Excellent case!

    • 4.0 out of 5 stars

      Good, but not great.

      The good news is that this is vastly better than the Apple offering. It has a way better keyboard and will protect your expensive iPad Pro better than anything The good news is that this is vastly better than the Apple offering. It has a way better keyboard and will protect your expensive iPad Pro better than anything Apple currently offers. The bad news is that it is kind of bulky and uses a cheapish looking plastic. At the list price, the material should be better. Also, the case interface with the iPad Pro's buttons leaves something to be desired- maybe that will get better with time. Also, in just a couple of weeks, there are fatigue wrinkles at the base of the flap that closes the case and holds the Apple Pencil. Takeaway- if a good keyboard is what you seek this is far better than Apple's. It should IMHO cost less given the cheapish looking plastic or they should use better quality material.

      • Written by David G from Marion

      1 of 2 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Good, but not great.

    • 3.0 out of 5 stars

      Amazing keyboard but poor keyboard case

      Typing on this keyboard is amazing is a much better experience than the Apple Smart Keyboard Folio. It’s really nice to have the backlight keys and the function Typing on this keyboard is amazing is a much better experience than the Apple Smart Keyboard Folio. It’s really nice to have the backlight keys and the functions keys. The amazing experience pretty much stops there. The Logitech keyboard case is not slim. I’m not sure why they named that. The case doubles the thickness of the iPad and also doubles the weight of the iPad. I think most people buy an iPad because they want something portable, using this case completely defeats the purpose. This keyboard case also lacks a lot of tech that should be in a bluetooth keyboard case. There is no way to see how much battery is remaining in iOS battery widget. The only way to tell is to press the battery key on the keyboard and it will be green when its charged fully and then it turns red when its 20% or below. There is no USB c cable included to charge the keyboard. The whole process of using the keyboard is not as seamless as it is on the apple keyboard case. You have to first slide the iPad into all the four corners, then put the iPad into the keyboard typing angle and then wait about 5 seconds for the Bluetooth light to turn on. Only then are you able to start typing. The keyboard shortcuts are great but they are missing a screen brightness shortcut. The sketch and read modes aren’t exactly useful since the iPad doesn’t stay put, there is not magnets or anything holding it in place. This case is definitely a lot more protective than the Apple one but there are still many areas that are left exposed and unprotected, like the top and bottom speaker grills. Last but not least the power and volume buttons are very stiff and hard to press. I guess you don’t really need them that much since there are also keyboard shortcuts for these, but if your purchasing an app on the App Store it requires you to double tap the power button and this can be inconvenient. I really do wish Logitech had put more thought into this case, they had a long time to design it. Logitech makes amazing keyboards that are a pleasure to type on and help us be more productive, but this not just a keyboard its a case and a all in one solution and this 2019. Just take a look at the upcoming Brydge keyboard case they really thought it through and implemented a lot tech and innovation into it. If you really need the backlight keys and the function keys and you don’t mind the extra bulk and weight only then would I say you should buy this. Otherwise the Apple keyboard case is the best option for the average user that just wants something that works and that’s light and you don’t have to charge ever.

      • Written by Adil K from Toronto

      3 of 3 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Amazing keyboard but poor keyboard case

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Excellent case!

      I’ve tried lots of “premium” cases for my 12.9” iPad Pro, including Apple’s Smart Keyboard and Zugu’s case. While both of those options had their highlights (Ap I’ve tried lots of “premium” cases for my 12.9” iPad Pro, including Apple’s Smart Keyboard and Zugu’s case. While both of those options had their highlights (Apple’s case being slim and minimalist, Zugu’s having a great kickstand), there was frustrations. Apple’s lack of protection was annoying and Zugu’s overall design didn’t appeal to me. Enter Logitech’s case. First off, let’s address the 1,000 lb. gorilla in the room: this will add weight and bulk. If you’re an uber minimalist, look elsewhere. But for someone who appreciates simplicity (and even minimalism), my sensibilities are not offended by this case. It’s not difficult to carry around and it’s not cumbersome in any of the ways I use the iPad (e.g. typing in landscape, writing with the pencil in landscape or portrait, or reading with the back cover folded behind the iPad in landscape or portrait). There was a review of the 11” that stated that having the iPad down in landscape mode for writing (with the keyboard face-up, not down) made it a little less stable on the sides of the iPad. I haven’t done extensive tests on this, but I didn’t find this to be the case for the 12.9” model I’ve been using. Secondly, the protection is top-notch. The bumpers protect the corners and they seem to be ready to do the job of protecting my precious if needed. The power/sleep button and volume buttons are a bit impeded but there are alternatives for volume and locking the iPad on the Folio’s keyboard. Pro tip: holding down the lock button on the keyboard will invoke Siri, but for Apple Pay, you still have to use the power/sleep button on the iPad. Thirdly, and perhaps most importantly, is the keyboard. This thing rocks. If you like the feel of Apple’s pre-butterfly keyboard, you’ll be in heaven. I personally don’t have any issues with the butterfly keyboard on the laptops, but if you want a bit more key travel, you’ll love this. Again, the closest comparison I can make is the 2015-era MacBook keyboard. The backlight is nice and a bit aggressive in turning off, but that’s not a big deal really. I get that battery life is drained faster with it on. A couple last things the might be of interest: The outer material is the same shade of gray and has the same feel as Apple’s Smart Keyboard and Smart Cover. This thing looks and functions like it’s made by Apple. The Pencil flap is well thought-out and implemented. It protects the pencil and has a little slot for added protection (for the pencil or a different stylus). All in all this, this is what I’ve been looking for for months. I haven’t tried every keyboard case, but I’m hard pressed thinking that there’s anything out there that provides the protection, functionality, look, and feel that this one does.

      • Written by Brandon E from Maplewood

      17 of 19 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Excellent case!